There is a ton of bad free to play MMO's. GameZone is here to help you pick out five gems that will sure to keep you entertained, and save you some money as well.
I friend of mine is really into free to play MMOs. Can't say I share the same interest. The genre has never stood out to me as particularly good.
Vindictus looks good. Downloading now
It is. I've been playing since Closed Beta.
Vindictus is good, they don't release content enough though and our US version does not have any pvp yet.
I really liked DDO and Lord of the Rings Online is made by the same people. Would definitely be worth checking out.
I bought a lifetime subscription when Lotro first came out 300$ + exanpions (around 60$) and it was defo worth it. Now that's it's free all my friends can play and of course I get bonus stuff ;)
LoTRO is basically a WoW clone. The combat, tradeskils, and UI were a complete rip off when I played it. Never like that they didnt have a Wiz/Mage class tho so never really got into it
nice article might have to check some of these out
Atlantica should be in this list.
I thought Gates of Andaron was just as much, if not more of a clone than Runes of Magic was. Seriously, it's a good game, check it out. It's no WoW, but it's as close as you can get. And yes, it's free to play.
I started playing World of Tanks. I hate the name, but the game play in my opinion is top notch and it is a damn good game.
Haha Runes of Magic is still up there, though the Cash Shop is really what keeps one geared and lots of top players are leaving my server (Osha). In 1 to 2 years Runes of Magic will either be dead or at least out of the top 10 (in this case top 5).
Thanks for the list! I haven't tried any of these. I'm also curious how D&D Online compares, since it's also made by Turbine.
Vindictus is laggy... and it has spam bots. Shin megami tensei Imagine : no spam bots, and no lag :) I play both and smtimagine is great just you run very slow but you can buy things or find things to run faster or just make your Demon a mount type to move faster in the free-roaming world.
I actual saw Vindictus the other day and ways left jaw dropped when I saw someone rip a tree out the ground and started knocking fools out. then some chick did some nice combos on an enemy then kicked then straight through the wall. I was hooked. Did some research and Vindictus uses the Source Engine and has tons of physics and interacting environments.
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